Fevicol revives witty creative to roast Boris Johnson after he quit as UK PM: Watch
09-07-2022 Sat 23:07
Following a slew of resignations from his ministries, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation on Thursday. He has been trending worldwide since the announcement, and social media is overrun with posts. Even Fevicol posted an old piece of artwork about Boris' resignation, and it immediately went viral online. After Boris Johnson resigned due to extraordinary pressure from his cabinet, the adhesive company released an old 2020 advertising to mock him. '(Bor)iss baar hum phirse kahenge... (we will say this again),' read the Fevicol advertisement.
The message on the post said, 'Dear Regal Family, Kohinoor nahi, Fevicol le jaana chahiye that (You should have picked Fevicol rather than the Kohinoor),' and it included the royal crown of the British royalty.
After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle revealed their decision to step down as senior members of the royal family, the adhesive brand first shared the creative.
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